because I was trying to sort Kiran and Chris’s session down to a reasonable number of frames, but I’m so happy for them and I love the images so much I’m having trouble being reasonable… here is just one, for now.
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finishing up the last few weddings of 2013 I found this duo, Kerri catching me getting a shot of a very very sweet little flower girl preparing for the bride and groom to come out after their ceremony. (I didn’t know I could shrink down so small!)
I’m a believer in marriage :) Which works out really well for what I photograph the most of, weddings. I’m also a believer that every wedding day can and should reflect the couple who are getting married. Jessica and George’s day did that. It was held on George’s family farm and everything was perfect! The […]
Beth and Mike met in Oxford, England, but their families lived across the great lake from each other their whole lives. They were (like a lot of my clients) totally NOT into posey pictures and faking anything, they wanted warm, relaxed images, photojournalism and the real deal. It was a joy to photograph their wedding […]
The two hardest parts of my job, for me, is editing the photos I take in a session or day down to a manageable number and then sorting the finished images into a special slideshow that tells the story of a wedding day…. I like all kinds of different moments and some candids just as […]